The U.K. Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is reviewing the Ionising Radiation Regulations, which date back to 2017. The organization has launched a survey to gather opinions of stakeholders across a range of sectors on whether the regulations are effective.
Individual responses are for the HSE's internal use, and deidentified extracts may be published in the postimplementation review to illustrate stakeholders' views, the HSE said in a press release.
"The information you provide will not be used for regulatory inspection purposes and will be securely stored and deleted upon publication of the final Ionising Radiation Regulations postimplementation review," the HSE said.
For more information and to take the survey, click here.